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Haiti / Economy / United States Aid #358948

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 17, 1994
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(New York: Bob Schieffer) Haiti's economic problems and the possibility of United States aid featured. [Agency for International Development Brian ATWOOD - says United States effort will attempt to transform Haitian political and economic situations over the next decade.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies Daniel GROUE - expresses opinion re: similarities between Haiti and Somalia.] The history of United States involvement in Haiti recalled; scenes shown. [Johns Hopkins University Professor Piero GLEIJESES - says United States has a negative reputation in Haiti, but that the possibility of democracy there does exist.] Haitian unemployment and illiteracy statistics cited.

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:02:20

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